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Old 08-18-2018, 08:31 PM   #15
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I dunno what to say man... Your chokin me up bro. I never thought to start a gofundme. I did consider looking for a local sponsor though so I guess it's the same thing. https://www.gofundme.com/scion-frs-l..._co_campmgmt_m

There's the link. Hopefully that's not against the rules. I'm not asking anyone for donations but the option is there if you want to I guess.
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Old 08-18-2018, 09:28 PM   #17
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C'mon guys. A few bucks from several members will go a long way!
Thank you man. I REALLY appreciate it. Looking at buying -AN fittings now... It's gonna be spendy as fuck
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Old 09-09-2018, 03:07 PM   #18
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Sorry for the lack of progress. Still waiting on parts. I got in some fittings and picked up a cooler for the transmission which I will detail more when I install it. I'll just have 2 pics here... AC compressor adapter and -AN adapters for the transmission cooler

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Old 09-09-2018, 06:34 PM   #19
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Is that the factory corvette ac compressor? What year? 01? 02?
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Is that the factory corvette ac compressor? What year? 01? 02?
2000. Came on the motor so I assume it's factory
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Making some progress today although still not what I wanted. Most of my parts will be here Monday, like my mounts, then things can get crazy.

Fuel hardlines are as follows from top to bottom (or firewall towards the radiator) port inject, evap, direct inject.

More posts to come today and many in the following week

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Old 09-22-2018, 01:30 PM   #22
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Heater outlet compression fittings, one is stepped down as the heater inlet is the same on both sides.

I had to trim length on all the heater compression fittings.

Water pump->heater is the larger, front port. Heater->water pump is the smaller rear port. I believe the heater core inlet is closest to the battery if I remember my hoses correctly.

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Old 09-29-2018, 11:29 AM   #23
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Engine bay prepped for paint. No more brown primer. Going with Electric Blue II Effect used by Mini. Transmission tunnel is ready for paint. Had to "modify" both sides, cutting part or the bracing out and hammering on the lower half towards the front. Remember I'm using the TR6060 from a 2010 Camaro SS. Shifter looks like it will line up fine. I'm adding steel plates to the interior to brace the mounts for the new transmission. You could weld them in on either side of you wanted but I don't have a welder avoidable nor am I willing to gut my interior to do it. I'll bolt them in. I'll post pics of this later when I get them in.
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Broke the MAP sensor off this little offshoot unit fitting the motor. Turns out my new ECU, the Nemesis Engine Management System has an internal MAP so I'm deleting this elbow looking thing. This elbow, which mounts the MAP also feeds the brake booster and another vacuum line, is right up against the stock heater hardlines. I didn't get a pic of this but it's gotta go. The LS6 has this same unit but the LS2+ does not. I'm going to drill and tap vacuum ports somewhere less troublesome.
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Installed the new ECU. Just unplug the old and plug in the new. Still have to run a vacuum line for the MAP though. Lost my glove box too. This thing is much larger than the stock ECU. Might be able to stash it if I tore out the dash board, but I'm not willing to do that

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Got the new drive by cable gas pedal figured out. Mounting it anyways...

This plate attaches to the stock pedal mount, new pedal attaches to the plate. I thought I had a picture of that but apparently not, so here's a picture of my cat instead
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Very nice, i am about to do the same on the gas pedal. What cable/length cable did you use. Any other pics of how you are attaching to the regular pedal setup?
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